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College of Science Student Success

Refer to WSU's designated website for communication and resources regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus).

Academic Advising Office

Corinne Bigler and Monica Linford are the College of Science Academic Advisors. They are available to help students pursuing science and mathematics majors and minors. They understand that navigating a degree and success in the classroom can be a challenge. Schedule an appointment today and let them help you succeed.

Corinne Bigler

Monica Linford

Advising Office Hours:

Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 5:30 pm
If you are more than 10 minutes late for your appointment, please reschedule.


Create your semester class schedule and register
by using the Registration Schedule Builder App


Live Zoom Drop-In Advising Sessions:

These sessions reinforce the virtual Weber Welcome. We will discuss topics such as registration processes and placement tests. These do not cover individual course planning needs. Visit the events calendar to add it to your calendar.


Considering the Pre-Medical
Professional Program?


Did you know there's no "pre-med" major at Weber State? This means you're free to choose any major that works best with your future plans. All students interested in pursuing a premedical professional program must first attend an information session before meeting one-on-one with your advisor. 


James K. Moore

Need help with your learning strategy?

Zoology Instructor and Learning Strategist, Brian Pilcher is helping students with study skills. He is here as much for the B student in the College of Science who wants to earn A’s as he is for the student who is struggling to pass. Brian can help you troubleshoot to figure out where you can improve. Some of the areas are time management, study methods, test-taking, and test anxiety.


Science and Math Learning Outpost
Drop-in Schedule on hold Due To COVID-19


Need career help?

Associate director of career services and professor of geosciences, Greg Nielsen is available to help you reach your science career goals, even if you are undecided.
Access Wildcat Handshake through your eWeber Portal and set up an appointment today. 

If unable to schedule an appointment online call 801-626-7755.

Frequently Asked Questions...

Need service experience?

Just in case you hesitated on that question, your answer as a science student should be YES!

The Center for Community Engaged Learning, CCEL is the bridge between students and community partners. They partner with non-profit organizations that focus on specific needs and address social issues in our community.  Here are three community organizations Weber science students gain experience. We want to see you in action! Please share with us your experience by tagging us on your Facebook and/or Instagram (@weberstatescience) posts and use the hashtag #WeberScienceServes! We promise you will not go unrewarded!

Ogden Nature Center

Our mission is to unite people with nature and nurture appreciation and stewardship of the environment.

Student volunteers often work on habitat restoration at the nature center, which involves working outside on removing invasive weeds and seeding native species to rehabilitate the ecosystem and better support local wildlife. If you aren't afraid to get your hands dirty, this is the place for you!


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Catholic Community Services

CCS of Northern Utah runs the largest food pantry in the state, the Joyce Hansen Hall Food Bank. We assist 4,000-5,000 struggling individuals with 225,000 lbs of food every month through our main facility.

Projects include, Bridging the Gap, a mobile pantry that visits local, low-income schools on Thursdays and Fridays to provide the students with two bags of food to get them through the weekend until they get back to the free meals at school on Monday.


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Ogd-Wbr Community Action Partnership

Our mission is to diminish the effects of poverty in Weber County through education, individualized support, advocacy, and collaboration.

Projects include Circles, a long term approach to end poverty permanently in our community. Each week, local families learn skills and make goals to overcome poverty with the support of an Ally, community volunteer.


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Let's Connect!



Office hours

Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

Mailing address

Weber State University
College of Science
1415 Edvalson St., Dept. 2501
Ogden, UT 84408-2501

Building location

Tracy Hall Science Center (TY201)

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